BISHOP CITY COUNCIL TO VOTE ON NEW CITY ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACT

 

Bishop City Council will vote on the appointment and employment agreement with
Rondall Phillips, the final candidate for the City Administrator position at this evening’s
meeting. Phillips’ LinkedIn page shows a broad range of experience in city management,
regional transportation and water and wastewater management and government relations. The
employment agreement is for a three-year term with a monthly salary of $12,500. Phillips is
from Utah.

 

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4 Responses to BISHOP CITY COUNCIL TO VOTE ON NEW CITY ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACT

  1. trout Junkie January 21, 2020 at 4:50 pm #

    The $$$ 12,500 monthly is nothing .. wait till he retires in a few years and takes the city/county/state for the real ride,, Public Pensions and huge benefit programs for everyone. Still can’t figure out why they are called “Public Servants”???

     
  2. Inyo Citizen January 14, 2020 at 9:32 am #

    Oh Rick. You get what you pay for. At least that’s true if you pay crap salary to the top employees of your local government.

     
  3. John Brown Didn't Do Yoga January 14, 2020 at 7:14 am #

    I agree Rick.

    The salaries of nearly all public employees – especially “administrators” – are an outrage.

    And that’s before benefits: full health, vision, and dental insurance, sick leave, vacation, retirement, etc.

    Some of them even get a car to drive or a “car allowance”!

    All paid by taxpayers.

    Are these people really that valuable?

    Do they really produce anything for us?

    Do they work for us or us for them?

    Viva La Revolucion!

     
  4. Rick Deckard January 13, 2020 at 6:08 pm #

    It’s obscene for Bishop to pay one person this amount of money when the local churches and charitable organizations depend on contributions to feed Bishop’s homeless and impoverished. What will this individual do to deserve a monthly salary of $12,500?

     

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